The Centre for Social Protection: Transforming research and policy

The Centre for Social Protection
Editor Ewan Robinson
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This report provides a concise picture of the Centre for Social Protection’s unique approach, key areas of work and accomplishments over the last six years. It aims to inform current and potential partners and stakeholders about who we are and how we work.

The Centre for Social Protection (CSP) is a global hub for research, policy analysis, and capacity building in social protection. CSP envisions a world in which every person is protected against shocks and adverse personal circumstances, and in which vulnerable people can enhance their livelihoods and wellbeing. To work towards this vision, CSP influences debates and strengthens capacities to build social protection policies and programmes that protect vulnerable people, are sustainable and promote social justice.

Group of women participating in the Productive Safety Net Programme, Ethiopia. Image credit: Mathan Ratinam/Parsons The New School for Design
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